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diff --git a/manual/configure_rockbox/file_view.tex b/manual/configure_rockbox/file_view.tex
index 5170215bd4..dfbbb3aa8f 100755
--- a/manual/configure_rockbox/file_view.tex
+++ b/manual/configure_rockbox/file_view.tex
@@ -1,64 +1,64 @@
% $Id$ %
\section{File View}
- The File View menu deals with options relating to how the File Browser
- displays files.
+The File View menu deals with options relating to how the File Browser
+displays files.
+%
+\begin{description}
+\item[Sort Case Sensitive:]
+ If this option is set to \setting{Yes}, all files that start with upper case
+ letters will be listed first, followed by all files that begin with lower
+ case letters. If this option is set to NO, then case will be ignored when
+ sorting files.
+\item[Sort Directories:]
+ This option controls how Rockbox sorts folders. The default is to sort
+ them alphabetically. \setting{By date} sorts them with the oldest folder first.
+ \setting{By newest date} sorts them with the newest folder first.
+
+\item[Sort Files:]
+ This option controls how Rockbox sorts files. All of the options for
+ \setting{Sort Directories} are available in this option. In addition, there
+ is a \setting{By type} option which sorts files alphabetically by their type
+ (such as \fname{.mp3}) then alphabetically within each type.
+
+\item[\label{ref:ShowFiles}Show Files:]
+ This option controls which files are displayed in the File Browser.
%
\begin{description}
- \item[Sort Case Sensitive:]
- If this option is set to \setting{Yes}, all files that start with upper case
- letters will be listed first, followed by all files that begin with lower
- case letters. If this option is set to NO, then case will be ignored when
- sorting files.
- \item[Sort Directories:]
- This option controls how Rockbox sorts folders. The default is to sort
- them alphabetically. \setting{By date} sorts them with the oldest folder first.
- \setting{By newest date} sorts them with the newest folder first.
-
- \item[Sort Files:]
- This option controls how Rockbox sorts files. All of the options for
- \setting{Sort Directories} are available in this option. In addition, there
- is a \setting{By type} option which sorts files alphabetically by their type
- (such as \fname{.mp3}) then alphabetically within each type.
-
- \item[\label{ref:ShowFiles}Show Files:]
- This option controls which files are displayed in the File Browser.
- %
- \begin{description}
- \item[All:] The File Browser displays all files and directories.
- Extensions are shown. No files or directories are hidden.
- \item[ID3 Database:] This shows the files based on the Tag Cache
- information, thus disabling the file browser. You can browse the
- database by various tags and search them. Only information present
- in music file tags are shown. For a detailed description of Tag Cache
- refer to \reference{ref:tagcache}.
- \item[Playlists:] The File Browser displays only directories and playlists,
- for simplified navigation.
- \item[Music:] The File Browser displays only folders, \fname{.m3u} files
- and the supported \emph{audio} file formats. Extensions are stripped.
- Files and directories starting with \fname{.} or with the ``hidden''
- flag set are hidden.
- \item[Supported:] The File Browser displays all directories and files
- supported by Rockbox (see \reference{ref:Supportedfileformats}).
- Files and directories starting with \fname{.} or with the ``hidden''
- flag set are hidden.
- \end{description}
-
- \item[Follow Playlist:]
- This option determine what directory the File Browser
- displays first. If \setting{Follow Playlist} is set to \setting{Yes}, when
- you enter the File Browser from the WPS, you will find yourself in the same
- directory as the currently playing file. If \setting{Follow Playlist} is set
- to \setting{No}, when you enter the File Browser from the WPS, you will find
- yourself in the directory you were in when you last left the File Browser.
-
- \item[Show Icons:]
- Rockbox has the ability to display an icon to the left of the file
- in the File Browser. For details of these icons, please see
- \reference{ref:Supportedfileformats}.
-
- \item[Tag Cache:]
- This option allows you to configure the Tag Cache.
- See \reference{ref:tagcache} for more information about using
- the Tag Cache.
-
+ \item[All:] The File Browser displays all files and directories.
+ Extensions are shown. No files or directories are hidden.
+ \item[ID3 Database:] This shows the files based on the Tag Cache
+ information, thus disabling the file browser. You can browse the
+ database by various tags and search them. Only information present
+ in music file tags are shown. For a detailed description of Tag Cache
+ refer to \reference{ref:tagcache}.
+ \item[Playlists:] The File Browser displays only directories and playlists,
+ for simplified navigation.
+ \item[Music:] The File Browser displays only folders, \fname{.m3u} files
+ and the supported \emph{audio} file formats. Extensions are stripped.
+ Files and directories starting with \fname{.} or with the ``hidden''
+ flag set are hidden.
+ \item[Supported:] The File Browser displays all directories and files
+ supported by Rockbox (see \reference{ref:Supportedfileformats}).
+ Files and directories starting with \fname{.} or with the ``hidden''
+ flag set are hidden.
\end{description}
+
+\item[Follow Playlist:]
+ This option determines what directory the File Browser displays first. If
+ \setting{Follow Playlist} is set to \setting{Yes}, when you enter the File
+ Browser from the WPS, you will find yourself in the same directory as the
+ currently playing file. If \setting{Follow Playlist} is set to \setting{No},
+ when you enter the File Browser from the WPS, you will find yourself in the
+ directory you were in when you last left the File Browser.
+
+\item[Show Icons:]
+ Rockbox has the ability to display an icon to the left of the file
+ in the File Browser. For details of these icons, please see
+ \reference{ref:Supportedfileformats}.
+
+\item[Tag Cache:]
+ This option allows you to configure the Tag Cache.
+ See \reference{ref:tagcache} for more information about using
+ the Tag Cache.
+
+\end{description}
diff --git a/manual/configure_rockbox/playback_options.tex b/manual/configure_rockbox/playback_options.tex
index 2de8a09300..e2217f136c 100755
--- a/manual/configure_rockbox/playback_options.tex
+++ b/manual/configure_rockbox/playback_options.tex
@@ -1,191 +1,206 @@
% $Id$ %
\section{\label{ref:PlaybackOptions}Playback Options}
- The \setting{Playback Options} submenu allows you to configure settings
- related to audio playback.
+The \setting{Playback Options} submenu allows you to configure settings
+related to audio playback.
+\begin{description}
+\item[Shuffle: ]Alters how Rockbox will select which next song to play.\\
+ Options: \setting{On}/\setting{Off}.
+ %
+\item[Repeat: ]Configures settings related to repeating of directories or
+ playlists.\\
+ Options: \setting{Off} / \setting{All} / \setting{One} / \setting{Shuffle}
+ \nopt{ondiosp,ondiofm}{\setting{/A--B}}:
\begin{description}
- \item[Shuffle: ]Alters how Rockbox will select which next song to play.\\
- Options: \setting{On}/\setting{Off}.
- %
- \item[Repeat: ]Configures settings related to repeating of directories or
- playlists.\\
- Options: \setting{Off} / \setting{All} / \setting{One} / \setting{Shuffle}
- \nopt{ondiosp,ondiofm}{\setting{/A--B}}:
- \begin{description}
- %
- \item[Off: ]The current directory or playlist will not repeat
- when it is finished.
- \note{If you have the \setting{Auto change directory} option set to
- \setting{Yes}, Rockbox will move on to the next directory on your
- hard drive. If the \setting{Auto Change Directory} option is set to
- \setting{No}, playback will stop when the current directory or
- playlist is finished.}
- %
- \item[All: ]The current directory or playlist will repeat when it is
- finished.
- \note{This option does \emph{not} shuffle all files on your \dap.
- Rockbox is playlist oriented. When you play a song, a directory, or
- an album, Rockbox creates a playlist and plays it. Thus, to shuffle
- all songs on the \dap, you need to create a playlist of all songs on
- the player, and play that playlist with shuffle mode set to
- \setting{All}.}
- %
- \item[One: ]Repeat one track over and over.
- %
- \item[Shuffle: ]When the current directory or playlist has finished
- playing, it will be shuffled and then repeated.
- %
- \nopt{ondiosp,ondiofm}{
- \item[A--B: ]Repeats between two user defined point within a track,
- typically used by musicians when attempting to learn a piece of music.
- This option is more complicated to use that the others as the \dap\
- must first be placed into A--B repeat mode and then the start and end
- points defined.\\
- \fixme{
- Hold Play and press Left --- Sets Start Point (A)\\
- Hold Play and press Right --- Sets End Point (B)\\
- }
- }
- \end{description}
-
- \item[Play Selected First: ]This setting controls what happens when you
- select a file for playback while shuffle mode is on. If the
- \setting{Play Selected First} setting is \setting{Yes}, the file you
- selected will be played first. If this setting is \setting{No}, a random
- file in the directory will be played first.
-
- \item[Resume: ]Rockbox can be configured to start playing automatically
- when you turn on the \dap. If the resume function is set to start
- automatically playing, Rockbox will start at the point where you last
- turned off the \dap. The options for the \setting{Resume} function are:
- \begin{description}
- \item[Yes: ]Rockbox will unconditionally try to resume.
- \item[No: ]Rockbox will not resume.
- \emph{If resume is set to \setting{No}, Rockbox will start in the
- \setting{File Browser}.}
- \end{description}
- \note{Earlier versions of Rockbox had an ``Ask'' setting, which would ask whether
- to resume when the jukebox was turned on. This setting has been eliminated because it
- was redundant. If resume is set to ``Yes'' pressing
- \opt{PLAYER_PAD,RECORDER_PAD,IAUDIO_X5_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD}{\fixme{FixMe}}
- \opt{ONDIO_PAD}{\fixme{FixMe}}
- \opt{IRIVER_H100_PAD,IRIVER_H300_PAD}{\ButtonOn}
- on the \dap\ will resume from the point where the \dap\ was stopped before shutdown.
-
- \item[Fast-Forward/Rewind: ]How fast you want search (fast forward or rewind) to accelerate
- when you hold down the button. \setting{Off} means no acceleration. \setting{2x/1s} means double
- the search speed once every second the button is held. \setting{2x/5s} means double the
- search speed once every 5 seconds the button is held.
-
- \item[Anti-Skip Buffer: ]This setting allows you to control how much music is stored
- in the \dap's memory whilst playing a song, acting as a buffer against shock or
- playback problems. The \dap\ transfers the selected amount of the forthcoming song
- into its memory at high speed whilst you are playing the song. It keeps a ``rolling''
- buffer, which keeps feeding more of the forthcoming song into memory as it goes along.
- If the \dap\ is knocked, shaken or jogged heavily while Rockbox is trying to read the
- hard drive, Rockbox might not be able to read the drive. Rockbox will retry over and
- over again until it succeeds, but may eventually reach the end of the memory buffer.
- When that happens, Rockbox must stop playing and wait for more data from the disk,
- which causes your music to skip. The anti-skip setting tells Rockbox how much extra
- buffer memory to spare to handle this situation. This setting therefore allows you to
- reduce the chances of there being a gap or pause during playback of songs.
-
- \opt{MASCODEC}{The anti-skip buffer can be set to a value between 0 and 7 seconds.}
+ %
+ \item[Off: ]The current directory or playlist will not repeat
+ when it is finished.
+ \note{If you have the \setting{Auto change directory} option set to
+ \setting{Yes}, Rockbox will move on to the next directory on your
+ hard drive. If the \setting{Auto Change Directory} option is set to
+ \setting{No}, playback will stop when the current directory or
+ playlist is finished.}
+ %
+ \item[All: ]The current directory or playlist will repeat when it is
+ finished.
+ \note{This option does \emph{not} shuffle all files on your \dap.
+ Rockbox is playlist oriented. When you play a song, a directory, or
+ an album, Rockbox creates a playlist and plays it. Thus, to shuffle
+ all songs on the \dap, you need to create a playlist of all songs on
+ the player, and play that playlist with shuffle mode set to
+ \setting{All}.}
+ %
+ \item[One: ]Repeat one track over and over.
+ %
+ \item[Shuffle: ]When the current directory or playlist has finished
+ playing, it will be shuffled and then repeated.
+ %
+ \nopt{ondiosp,ondiofm}{
+ \item[A--B: ]Repeats between two user defined point within a track,
+ typically used by musicians when attempting to learn a piece of music.
+ This option is more complicated to use that the others as the \dap\
+ must first be placed into A--B repeat mode and then the start and end
+ points defined.\\
+ \fixme{
+ Hold Play and press Left --- Sets Start Point (A)\\
+ Hold Play and press Right --- Sets End Point (B)\\
+ }
+ }
+ \end{description}
+
+\item[Play Selected First: ]This setting controls what happens when you
+ select a file for playback while shuffle mode is on. If the
+ \setting{Play Selected First} setting is \setting{Yes}, the file you
+ selected will be played first. If this setting is \setting{No}, a random
+ file in the directory will be played first.
+
+\item[Resume: ]Rockbox can be configured to start playing automatically
+ when you turn on the \dap. If the resume function is set to start
+ automatically playing, Rockbox will start at the point where you last
+ turned off the \dap. The options for the \setting{Resume} function are:
+ \begin{description}
+ \item[Yes: ]Rockbox will unconditionally try to resume.
+ \item[No: ]Rockbox will not resume.
+ \emph{If resume is set to \setting{No}, Rockbox will start in the
+ \setting{File Browser}.}
+ \end{description}
+ \note{Earlier versions of Rockbox had an ``Ask'' setting, which would ask
+ whether to resume when the jukebox was turned on. This setting has been
+ eliminated because it was redundant. If resume is set to ``Yes'' pressing
+ \opt{PLAYER_PAD,RECORDER_PAD,IAUDIO_X5_PAD,IPOD_4G_PAD}{\fixme{FixMe}}
+ \opt{ONDIO_PAD}{\fixme{FixMe}}
+ \opt{IRIVER_H100_PAD,IRIVER_H300_PAD}{\ButtonOn}
+ on the \dap\ will resume from the point where the \dap\ was stopped before
+ shutdown.
+
+ \item[Fast-Forward/Rewind: ]How fast you want search (fast forward or rewind)
+ to accelerate when you hold down the button. \setting{Off} means no
+ acceleration. \setting{2x/1s} means double the search speed once every
+ second the button is held. \setting{2x/5s} means double the search speed
+ once every 5 seconds the button is held.
+
+ \item[Anti-Skip Buffer: ]This setting allows you to control how much music is
+ stored in the \dap's memory whilst playing a song, acting as a buffer
+ against shock or playback problems. The \dap\ transfers the selected amount
+ of the forthcoming song into its memory at high speed whilst you are
+ playing the song. It keeps a ``rolling'' buffer, which keeps feeding more
+ of the forthcoming song into memory as it goes along.
+ If the \dap\ is knocked, shaken or jogged heavily while Rockbox is trying
+ to read the hard drive, Rockbox might not be able to read the drive.
+ Rockbox will retry over and over again until it succeeds, but may
+ eventually reach the end of the memory buffer. When that happens, Rockbox
+ must stop playing and wait for more data from the disk, which causes your
+ music to skip. The anti-skip setting tells Rockbox how much extra buffer
+ memory to spare to handle this situation. This setting therefore allows you
+ to reduce the chances of there being a gap or pause during playback of
+ songs.
+
+ \opt{MASCODEC}{The anti-skip buffer can be set to a value between 0 and 7
+ seconds.}
\opt{SWCODEC}{The anti-skip buffer can be set to various values between
5 seconds and 10 minutes.}
-
+
\note{Having a large anti-skip buffer tends to use more power, and may
reduce your battery life. It is recommended to always use the lowest
possible setting that allows correct and continuous playback.}
-
- \item[Fade On Stop/Pause: ]Enables and disables a fade effect when you
- pause or stop playing a song. If the Fade on Stop/Pause option is
- set to \setting{Yes}, your music will fade out when you stop or pause playback,
- and fade in when you resume playback.
-
- \item[Party Mode: ]Enables unstoppable music playback. When new songs are
- selected, they are added to the end of the current dynamic playlist
- instead of being played immediately.
- The \fixme{PLAY} and \fixme{STOP} buttons are disabled.
-
+
+ \item[Fade On Stop/Pause: ]Enables and disables a fade effect when you
+ pause or stop playing a song. If the Fade on Stop/Pause option is
+ set to \setting{Yes}, your music will fade out when you stop or pause
+ playback, and fade in when you resume playback.
+
+ \item[Party Mode: ]Enables unstoppable music playback. When new songs are
+ selected, they are added to the end of the current dynamic playlist
+ instead of being played immediately.
+ The \fixme{PLAY} and \fixme{STOP} buttons are disabled.
+
\opt{SWCODEC}{
\item[Crossfade: ]
- This setting enables a cross-fader. At the end of a song, the song will fade out as the
- next song fades in, creating a smooth transition between songs.\\
+ This setting enables a cross-fader. At the end of a song, the song will
+ fade out as the next song fades in, creating a smooth transition between
+ songs.\\
Options:
- \begin{description}
- \item[Enable Crossfade: ]If set to \setting{Off}, crossfade is disabled. If set to \setting{Always},
- songs will always crossfade into one another. If set to \setting{Shuffle}, crossfade is
- enabled when the shuffle feature is set to \setting{Yes}, but disabled otherwise. If set to
- track skip only, tracks will only crossfade when you manually change tracks.
+ \begin{description}
+ \item[Enable Crossfade: ]If set to \setting{Off}, crossfade is disabled.
+ If set to \setting{Always}, songs will always crossfade into one
+ another. If set to \setting{Shuffle}, crossfade is enabled when the
+ shuffle feature is set to \setting{Yes}, but disabled otherwise. If set
+ to track skip only, tracks will only crossfade when you manually change
+ tracks.
%
- \item[Fade In Delay: ]The ``fade in delay'' is the length of time between when the crossfade
- process begins and when the new track begins to fade in.
+ \item[Fade In Delay: ]The ``fade in delay'' is the length of time between
+ when the crossfade process begins and when the new track begins to fade
+ in.
%
- \item[Fade In Duration: ]The length of time, in seconds, that it takes your music to fade in.
+ \item[Fade In Duration: ]The length of time, in seconds, that it takes
+ your music to fade in.
%
- \item[Fade Out Delay: ]The ``fade out delay'' is the length of time between when the crossfade
- process begins and when the old track begins to fade out.
+ \item[Fade Out Delay: ]The ``fade out delay'' is the length of time
+ between when the crossfade process begins and when the old track begins
+ to fade out.
%
- \item[Fade Out Duration: ]The length of time, in seconds, that it takes your music to fade out.
+ \item[Fade Out Duration: ]The length of time, in seconds, that it takes
+ your music to fade out.
%
- \item[Fade Out Mode: ]If set to \setting{Crossfade}, one song will fade out and the next song will
- simultaneously fade in. If set to \setting{Mix}, the ending song will continue to play as normal
- until its end, while the starting song will fade in from under it. \setting{Mix} mode is not
+ \item[Fade Out Mode: ]If set to \setting{Crossfade}, one song will fade
+ out and the next song will simultaneously fade in. If set to
+ \setting{Mix}, the ending song will continue to play as normal until
+ its end, while the starting song will fade in from under it.
+ \setting{Mix} mode is not
used for manual track skips, even if it is selected here.
- \end{description}
-
- \note{The crossfade setting is particularly effective when the player is set on shuffle.}
+ \end{description}
+
+ \note{The crossfade setting is particularly effective when the player is
+ set on shuffle.}
}
-
+
\opt{SWCODEC}{
- \item[Replaygain: ]This allows you to control the replaygain function.
- The purpose of replaygain is to adjust the volume of the music played
- so that all songs (or albums, depending on your settings) have the
- same apparent volume. This prevents sudden changes in volume when
- changing between songs recorded at different volume levels.
- For replaygain to work, the songs must have been processed by a program
- that adds replaygain information to the ID3 tags (vorbis tags
- respectively).
- \note{APEv2 tags are not currently supported.}
-
- Options for replaygain are:
+ \item[Replaygain: ]This allows you to control the replaygain function.
+ The purpose of replaygain is to adjust the volume of the music played
+ so that all songs (or albums, depending on your settings) have the
+ same apparent volume. This prevents sudden changes in volume when
+ changing between songs recorded at different volume levels.
+ For replaygain to work, the songs must have been processed by a program
+ that adds replaygain information to the ID3 tags (or Vorbis tags).
+ \note{APEv2 tags are not currently supported.}
+
+ Options for replaygain are:
+ \begin{description}
+ \item[Enable Replaygain: ]This turns on/off the replaygain function.
+ %
+ \item[Prevent Clipping: ]Avoid clipping of a song's waveform.
+ If a song would clip during playback, the volume is lowered for
+ that song. Replaygain information is needed for this to work.
+ %
+ \item[Replaygain type: ]Choose the type of replaygain to apply:
\begin{description}
- \item[Enable Replaygain: ]This turns on/off the replaygain function.
- %
- \item[Prevent Clipping: ]Avoid clipping of a song's waveform.
- If a song would clip during playback, the volume is lowered for
- that song. Replaygain information is needed for this to work.
- %
- \item[Replaygain type: ]Choose the type of replaygain to apply:
- \begin{description}
- \item[Album Gain: ]Maintain a constant volume level between
- albums, but keep any intentional volume variations between
- songs in an album. (If album gain value is not available,
- uses track gain information).
- %
- \item[Track Gain: ]Maintain a constant volume level between
- tracks. If track gain value is not available, no replaygain
- is applied.
- %
- \item[Track Gain if Shuffling: ]Maintains a constant volume
- between tracks if shuffle mode is selected. Reverts to album
- mode if shuffle is off.
- \end{description}
- %
- \item[Pre-Amp: ]This allows you to adjust the volume when replaygain
- is applied. Replaygain often lowers the volume, sometimes quite
- much, so here you can compensate for that. Please note that a
- (large) positive pre-amp setting can cause clipping, unless
- prevent clipping is enabled. The pre-amp can be set to any
- decibel (dB) value between -12dB and +12dB, in increments of 0.1{}dB.
+ \item[Album Gain: ]Maintain a constant volume level between
+ albums, but keep any intentional volume variations between
+ songs in an album. (If album gain value is not available,
+ uses track gain information).
+ %
+ \item[Track Gain: ]Maintain a constant volume level between
+ tracks. If track gain value is not available, no replaygain
+ is applied.
+ %
+ \item[Track Gain if Shuffling: ]Maintains a constant volume
+ between tracks if shuffle mode is selected. Reverts to album
+ mode if shuffle is off.
\end{description}
- }
+ %
+ \item[Pre-Amp: ]This allows you to adjust the volume when replaygain
+ is applied. Replaygain often lowers the volume, sometimes quite
+ much, so here you can compensate for that. Please note that a
+ (large) positive pre-amp setting can cause clipping, unless
+ prevent clipping is enabled. The pre-amp can be set to any
+ decibel (dB) value between -12dB and +12dB, in increments of 0.1{}dB.
+ \end{description}
}
- \item[Auto Change Directory: ]Control what Rockbox does when it reaches the end
- of a directory. If Auto Change Directory is set to \setting{Yes}, Rockbox will
- continue to the next directory. If \setting{Auto Change Directory} is set to \setting{No},
- playback will stop at the end of the current directory.
- \note{You must have the \setting{Repeat} option set to \setting{No} for \setting{Auto Change Directory}
- to function properly.}
- %
- \end{description}
+ }
+\item[Auto Change Directory: ]Control what Rockbox does when it reaches the end
+ of a directory. If Auto Change Directory is set to \setting{Yes}, Rockbox
+ will continue to the next directory. If \setting{Auto Change Directory} is
+ set to \setting{No}, playback will stop at the end of the current directory.
+ \note{You must have the \setting{Repeat} option set to \setting{No} for
+ \setting{Auto Change Directory} to function properly.}
+ %
+\end{description}
diff --git a/manual/configure_rockbox/sound_settings.tex b/manual/configure_rockbox/sound_settings.tex
index ed39cd1f27..e9b3e2f121 100755
--- a/manual/configure_rockbox/sound_settings.tex
+++ b/manual/configure_rockbox/sound_settings.tex
@@ -23,12 +23,12 @@ as a negative number. Volume can be adjusted from a
\opt{player,recorder,recorderv2fm,ondio}{This emphasises or suppresses the
lower (bass) sounds in the track. 0 means that bass sounds are unaltered
(flat response).}
- \opt{h1xx,h300}{The Bass setting can be used to increase (but not decrease)
+ \opt{h1xx,h300}{The bass setting can be used to increase (but not decrease)
frequencies below 300Hz. Bass boost can be set from 0 to 24 dB in
increments of 2 dB. A setting of 0 means that low frequencies are unaltered
(flat response).}
\opt{ipodnano,ipodcolor,ipodvideo}{This emphasizes or suppresses the
- lower (Bass) sounds in the track. 0dB means that bass in unaltered
+ lower (bass) sounds in the track. 0dB means that bass in unaltered
(flat response). The minimum setting is -6dB and the maximum is 9dB.}
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